Free journalism should never be bought
Michael Droste-Laux: "I am always aware that whoever writes, always manipulates, transmits his thoughts and makes them accessible to the general public. Objectivity cannot exist at all; it was and is relative and depends on the subjective consideration of the author. The pen may well be immersed in an inkwell full of emotions, passion and adorable, sassy determination. Crucial for me: Free journalism must never be corrupted, bought and phased by politics, business, organizations and lobbyists. Rather, he has the social, cultural and legal task to follow his own dictates in responsibility and diversity (instead of simplicity)".